Puloli Inc Makes Private IoT Networks Compatible With Qualcomm IoT Modem

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  • The Qualcomm 9205 LTE Modem is Qualcomm Technologies’ next-generation IoT system-on-a-chip (SoC)
  • Private IoT networks based on 5G/LTE IoT standards are becoming popular as they offer secure, reliable, scalable, and cost-effective IoT solutions

Puloli Inc has announced that it will provide immediate access to the IoT platform from Qualcomm Technologies over the Puloli private IoT network. It will do so by using the Upper 700 MHz A Block band.

The Qualcomm 9205 LTE Modem is Qualcomm Technologies’ next-generation IoT system-on-a-chip (SoC). It comes with support for multi-mode operation, on-chip security, application processor and Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) capabilities and a strong eco-system of global module partners said the company.

Hari Garlapati, senior director, technology and head of smart utilities and asset management, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc said, “Qualcomm Technologies is the world’s leading wireless technology innovator, and we are excited to work with Puloli to enable reliable and secure (Critical Infrastructure Industries) CII applications over cellular networks.”

Private NB-IoT Network-as-a-Service (NaaS) model

Private IoT networks based on 5G/LTE IoT standards are becoming popular as they offer secure, reliable, scalable, and cost-effective IoT solutions. Purpose-built 5G/LTE IoT networks over a dedicated licensed spectrum have strategic, economic, and security benefits. The company said that it has pioneered a private NB-IoT Network-as-a-Service (NaaS) model to offer 5G/LTE networks optimized to meet its customers’ evolving needs.

Kethees Ketheesan, CEO of Puloli said, “Puloli is excited to add endpoints and devices based on Qualcomm 9205 LTE Modem to our Network-as-a-Service (NaaS) private IoT solutions. The Qualcomm 9205 LTE Modem already supports many global frequency bands. The addition of Upper 700 MHz A Block frequency band support for NB-IoT will enable Critical Infrastructure Industries in the U.S. to significantly expand their endpoints, devices, use-cases, and applications in this frequency band.”

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